MAX, Stacey Kay, and Sung Beats are slated to perform at the annual Springfest concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, on the Illinois State University Quad.
Sponsored by Illinois State’s University Program Board (UPB), the concert is free and open to the public.
Max Schneider, also known as MAX, is an American singer known for his hit song “Lights Down Low,” which has 31 million views on YouTube. Max hit number one on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart. “Lights Down Low” made it to Billboard’s top 100 chart. Stacey Kay is an up-and-coming artist. She performed on Season 10 of “America’s Got Talent” and is part of an award-winning, Toronto-based a capella group.
Springfest is an annual music festival on the quad that takes place toward the end of the semester. The goal of Springfest is to provide a live entertainment festival for students to have fun and not worry about leaving campus and paying for tickets. “It’s important because it’s a free concert on the quad the week before finals so students can not worry about studying or working on school for a couple hours,” said Brandon Moran, UPB’s center stage chairperson.
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